Australian music icons Midnight Oil debuted at #1 on last week’s ARIA Albums Chart with The Makarrata Project. On the Singles Chart, Ariana Grande held #1 for a second week with ‘Positions’.
Who’s in contention to make an impact on the charts this week?
After scoring #1 albums in 2018 and 2019, the legendary Kylie Minogue could score her third #1 in as many years, and seventh overall, with 15th studio album Disco.
British girl group Little Mix will be aiming for their sixth Top Ten as they return with sixth album, Confetti.
Releasing second album, My Mind's Projection, Jindabyne country singer-songwriter Brad Cox could be set to make his Top 50 debut.
Melbourne’s The Smith Street Band could take out their third Top 50 entry for 2020 as they release new live album Viva La Rev.
5 Seconds Of Summer drummer Ashton Irwin could hit the Top 50 with Superbloom, his debut solo album.
Country singer-songwriter Troy Cassar-Daley releases Christmas For Cowboys, his first new album in four years.
The Kid Laroi’s ARIA-nominated mixtape F*ck Love could move back up the chart on the back of the release of a deluxe edition, F*ck Love (Savage).
On the back of the release of F*ck Love (Savage), The Kid Laroi could enter the Singles Chart with ‘Always Do’, ‘Tragic’ and ‘F*ck You, Goodbye’. The rapper’s ‘So Done’ could also climb the chart.
Look out for moves this week by Dua Lipa’s ‘Levitating’ and Miley Cyrus’ ‘Midnight Sky’, among others.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Saturday.